CENTRE IN THE SQUARE
101 Queen St N, Kitchener, ON N2H 6P7 Directions
Centre In The Square is one of the famous and world-class live performing arts venues located in the downtown of Kitchener, Ontario. The well-known theatre building is designed by the city's prominent architecture firm Rieder, Hymmen and Lobban. It's a great venue with excellent facilities and has great acoustics and comfortable seats. The studio is the second performing space inside the building and has a multipurpose space used for various functions such as receptions, and intimate cabaret-style performances. Centre In The Square affords a variety of shows and entertainment events for all of the local community.
Theatre, Event Spaces, Avai Multipurpose Space Used for Receptions, Rehearsals & Intimate Cabaret-Style Performances
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SCHNEIDER HAUS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
466 Queen Street South, Kitchener, ON N2G 1W7 Directions
Schneider Haus National Historic Site is the oldest house, nestled right in the heart of the Kitchener downtown. History comes to life at Schneider Haus National Historic Site, and you can experience connections between today's world and the families of the past who lived there. The site features a modern interpretation wing that hosts hands-on activities, changing exhibits, interactive tours, and special events. It is the perfect place to learn about making art using colourful glass and has hands-on experience making pretzels. Schneider Haus National Historic Site provides an exciting and informative experience about Canadian history. They even afford free for children under four ages.
Room Rentals, Gift Shop, Current/Upcoming, Past Exhibits, Summer Day Camps, Events Calendar, Folk Artist-in-Residence, Child/Youth/Adult/Family/School Programs, Garden, Outbuildings, Restoration, Collections, Edna Staebler Research Fellowship & Artifacts
Senior (55 years of age plus): $5
Student (12 to 18): $5
Children (5 to 12): $4
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WATERLOO PIONEER MEMORIAL TOWER
300 Lookout Lane, Kitchener, ON N2P 2X8 Directions
Waterloo Pioneer Memorial Tower is an 18.9-metre high tower conceived by William Henry Breithaupt. The tower is nice to see something about the early pioneers of Waterloo and surrounding area and has historical facts and information about first settlers, including natives, attract more people. It is a well-deserved building in the middle of parkland with beautiful scenery to the grand river valley. Waterloo Pioneer Memorial Tower affords free admission option too.
Picnic Area, Memorial, Lookout, Tower, Historical Society, Observation Decks, Dogs on Leash, Heritage Site & Grand River Trail